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Total freak-o-nomics

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Total freak-o-nomics. MLC is like the Grateful Dead (they played and distributed music opposite every industry standard) of blogging:

  • five daily, differently-themed blogs
  • everyday, for four consecutive years
  • no “how to’s”, only (lovingly) antagonistic prodding
  • blogging in real time, but ahead (if that makes sense)

As I write this… nine days from Christmas, four days since Sandy Hook.
As you read this… five days from April Fools day 2013.

This started as a 100-day challenge to leave a trail for our young son, about Life’s (5) Big Choices, in case something bad ever happened to me…

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This month jeff noel is challenging Mid Life Celebration readers to follow all five daily blogs about work life balance. To navigate instantly from this mental attitude blog to his physical health blog, click -> go to Next Blog

 

By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

6 replies on “Total freak-o-nomics”

“In case something happens to me…” After 4 years of continuous blogging something does happen. Goodness reigns and it rains. Congratulations on effecting goodness in those around you.

Patty – you took the words out of my mouth. Something did happen to him…and to those who have been along for the journey so far. God is using you more, Jeff – and that’s not bad at all! 🙂

Patty, thank you for your extraordinarily kind words.

As a fellow writer, you know who changes the most by the writing.

Does that make writers selfish?

Bob, thank you for YOUR extraordinarily kind words.

Folks like you and Patty, make the journey more like a road trip.

Fun, interesting, and a joy to travel life’s highways and backroads.

It’s a gift to share this road called life with you and your readers. Thank you for paving the way for us all to grow.

And writing certainly helps the writer first, and hopefully their readers for many years to come.

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